Although not one of the most prestigious schools around, being a student at JSC has taught me a lot. I have studied subjects that were never an option in high school. I am learning how to write better, analyze material effectively, and solve problems. There is just enough of a workload to keep students busy, but not so much that anyone is overwhelmed. The things we do in class usually translate to outside life.
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Johnson State College is an exceptional college that makes every student treat each other like family. Whether it's going to the Dibden Center for the Arts to see live shows or guest speakers, or just tossing the old football around, everyone has something to do. Johnson State College is my favorite college out of all that I looked at.» Read More
Johnson State College is an incredible place that fuels and supports the minds of young people. When they accept you, they accept you as a future graduate, and that is exactly how they treat everyone. Johnson State College is family.» Read More
At JSC they make everybody feel welcome and they don't judge their students. JSC is more than a school, it is a community. The students and professors have a great relationship and it is their goal to see that students get to where they want to be.» Read More
johnson's a great school. teachers really care about there student in johnson they pushes them to do better no matter how low they think of them selves. there is not much to do in johnson it's in the middle of no where and empty but if you are a snowboader then you will love it because it's close to the mountain resorts and when it snows johnson looks pretty white and lovely. people are frirendly and communicat with each other well it's easy to make friends in johnson, life there is easy and calm.» Read More